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Stradbally Copper Coast Geopark Loop

This short cycle loop takes you from the Greenway Car Park at Durrow which features a tunnel built by the last of the Bunmahon Copper miners after copper mining in the Copper Cast ended, brings you into the picturesque village of Stradbally and back around via the densely forested roadways surrounding Woodhouse Estate.

Trailheads: Stradbally Village, Durrow Greenway Car Park.
Distance: 11km
Time: Approximately 50 minutes
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Traffic: Generally light but can get busy during peak holiday season.
Terrain: Hilly, low gears recommended. Beautiful scenery with a mix of coastal and inland forest roads.
To Suit: Suitable for people of medium levels of fitness.
Minimum Gear: Helmet, bike, mobile phone, fluid, snacks, waterproofs and a rucksack.

Click on the map above or on the link below to download the route map

Stradbally_Cycle_Route

Some of the sites to see along the way

 


About Copper Coast Geopark

The Copper Coast Geopark is in Co. Waterford, Ireland and is an outdoor museum of geological records; it stretches along the coast from Kilfarassy Beach, near Fenor in the east to Ballyvoile Beach near Stradbally to the west. Volcanoes, oceans, deserts and ice sheets all combined to create the rocks which provide the physical foundation of the natural and cultural landscapes of the area. Follow the self-guided "Copper Coast" trail and walking cards available from the The Copper Coast Geopark Centre in Bunmahon.

Contact Information

Copper Coast Geopark Ltd.
Knockmahon,
Bunmahon,
Co. Waterford,
X42 T923
Ireland

Phone: +353(0)51292828

Email: info@coppercoastgeopark.com

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